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alert day. our crews are fanned across the tri-state. helping you navigate the road conditions! plus what we're learning about this overnight crash involving a train and a car. you're waking up to a 9 first warning weather alert day.this is how my commute looked this morning. morning.this is 71 south toward ronald reagan.chris, you said things got better the closer you got to cincinnati? adlibthere are already closings and delays coming in. they're at the bottom of your screen. screen.let's get the latest from 9 first warning
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jennifer ketchmark. jennifer calls for graphic full at keya winter storm warning is in effect for brown, butler, clermont, clinton, hamilton, highland and warren counties in ohio until noon tuesday for heavy snow. 2-5" of snow is possible in these counties with locally heavier amounts possible. the higher amounts will fall to the northeast. after noon, the warning drops to a winter weather advisory, which has been issued for the entire tri-state and will continue until 6 a.m. wednesday. the advisory area is still expecting 1-3" of snow in general. light to moderate snow continues to fall as you wake up this morning. you'll notice the greatest impact to the roads will be on our side roads, rural roads and neighborhood streets. a secondary front will bring even colder air into the tri- state late tuesday into wednesday with more scattered light snow. by the time we get to wednesday, the bigger story will be the very cold air. temperatures are only expected in the low 20s and upper teens. then overnight, we drop to 90f for a low on thursday morning. an arctic blast of cold air settles in wednesday through the end of the week with wind chill values falling to near zero by wednesday
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salt trucks have been out all night treating roads in some
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can still expect messy side streets when you're leaving your house this morning. morning.we continue our team coverage with 9 on your side's jordan burgess at tylersville
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here's a look a little closer into the city. these pictures coming in from norwood. we've been showing you highways that are pretty clear but the side roads - that's where you can see just a little coating of snow. it's tuesday morning and you're waking up to a nine first warning weather alert day.meteorologist jennifer ketchmark will take a look at snow totals in a moment.right now, you're looking at snow- covered roads in the kings mill area - this is right near kings island.ally, what kinds of conditions are you seeing
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it's tuesday morning and you're waking up to a nine first warning weather alert day.meteorologist jennifer ketchmark will take a look at snow totals in a moment.right now, you're looking at snow- covered roads in the kings mill area - this is right near kings island.ally, what kinds of conditions are you seeing
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we are expecting snow over the next 2 days.so you'll want to download the snowcast app now. it will show you how much you can expect to get, plus any watches or warnings for your area. train versus car.the latest on this crash that left a car looking like a crumpled soda
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here's a live look from the snow camera as perfect north.a lot of kids out of school today....may be headed here. we want to update you on some breaking news from boone county.a train and car collision in florence. the wreck happened just before 11 last nightat dixie highway and maher road. just look at the car, the front end is crunched in.we're told at least one person was hurt in the crash. it's primary day in new hampshire and this morning the first votes are already in. in.historic dixville notch was the first to open the polls to its 9 voters at midnight. with all 3 precincts reporting, sanders beat clinton. and on the gop side, ohio govenror john kasich, who called all 9 voters in dixville notch
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"i think people want to know ever have." have."some experts predict kasich will end up coming in second in new hampshire, behind donald trump.but they say he needs to have a good showing in order to keep the campaign momentum going. riots erupt in the streets of hong kong.and it all started because of food. right now a live look at right now a right now a live look at montgomery
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weather together... a winter storm warning is in effect for brown, butler, clermont, clinton, hamilton, highland and warren counties in ohio until noon tuesday for heavy snow. 2-5" of snow is possible in these counties with locally heavier amounts possible. the higher amounts will fall to the northeast. after noon, the warning drops to a winter weather advisory, which has been issued for the entire tri-state and will continue until 6 a.m. wednesday. the advisory area is still expecting 1-3" of snow in general. light to moderate snow continues to fall as you wake up this morning. you'll notice the greatest impact to the roads will be on our side roads, rural roads and neighborhood streets. a secondary front will bring even colder air into the tri-state late tuesday into wednesday with
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the time we get to wednesday, the bigger story will be the very cold air. temperatures are only expected in the low 20s and upper teens. then overnight, we drop to 90f for arctic blast of cold air settles in wednesday through the end of the week with wind chill values falling to near
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riotingprotests over street food erupted in hong kong. police fired warning shots into the air to try to disperse the crowd.the unrest started when authorities tried to keep street vendors from selling food last night. it's primary day in new hampshire.a live report from the granite state, on how ohio governor john kasich may fare
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much of the area now under a winter storm warning. warning.that snowy radar is the reason this is a 9 first
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we're here with everything you need to know. it is a 9 first warning weather alert day.and where you live will determine how much snow you're seeing. seeing.on the left here is central parkway - on the right, up in montgomery.a big difference there.closings and delays are trickling in.those are at the bottom of your screen. screen.let's go to 9 first warning meteorologist jennifer ketchmark for the latest. a winter storm warning is in effect for brown, butler, clermont, clinton, and warren counties in ohio until noon tuesday for heavy snow. 2-5" of snow is possible in these counties with locally heavier amounts possible. the higher amounts will fall to the northeast. after noon, the warning drops to a winter weather advisory, which has been issued for the entire tri-state and a.m. wednesday. the advisory area is still expecting 1-general. light to moderate snow continues to fall as you wake up this morning. you'll notice the greatest impact to the roads will be on our side roads, rural roads and neighborhood streets. a secondary front will bring even colder air
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more scattered time we get to wednesday, the bigger story will be the very cold air. temperatures are only expected in the low 20s and upper teens. then overnight, we drop to 90f for a low on thursday morning. an arctic blast of cold air settles in through the end of the week with wind
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traffic we have live team coverage on alert day. day.jordan burgess is in west chester, tracking road conditions there.but we begin with 9 on your side's kristen
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turning to new hampshire now. now.it's primary day for the "first in the nation" state. some of the votes have already been cast, in tiny towns where the law allows them to begin voting at midnight so who's expected to come out on top?and where does governor
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kenneth moton joins us live from new hampshire. it's finally here.new hampshire primary day. call it a presidential candidate full court press in the granite state. one campaign event after another even during a snow storm. bernie sanders supporters were "feeling the bern" at a late night concert. overnight, gop frontrunner donald trump eager for a win. trump calling his final rally before the primary?a love fest. but there was no love between the candidates on the campaign trail?the attacks kept coming. this morning, three small precincts in new hampshire cast their ballots. the historic dixville notch was the first to open the polls to its 9 voters. with all 3 precincts reporting, it's sanders beating clinton and a 3 way gop tie between trump, ted cruz and john kasich who called every dixville notch voter.
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kenneth, this is an important primary for ohio governor john kasich.he skipped iowa to focus his efforts here.how is he expected to do? answer
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breaking news we're following overnight... flames damaged a home in madisonville...the fire broke out just before 11 last night at the house on winona terrace.firefighters were able to contain it to a couple of rooms at the front of the home.there's no reports of any injuries this morning. the driver of a school bus that hit and killed an elementary school principal forgot a crucial safety step. that's according to indianapolis police.they say the woman got out of the driver's seat without putting on the parking brake... moments before it rolled forward and hit susan jordan. jordan pushed several students
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we're continuing to track this morning's snow...but if you're looking to start the day with a warm treat... it's national bagel day. day.coming up... where you can
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we are keeping an eye on weather and traffic for you this morning on this 9 first warning weather alert day. here's a live look outside from our balcony camera right now.roads are hit and miss this morning ...some are untouched ...and more snow is falling-so be careful when you're heading out this morning.our tom mckee joins us now from kenwood with how
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adlib - montgomery we continue to get reports about the conditions from all over the tri-state. tri-state.wcpo dot com editor mike canan didn't just try to drive in, mike you were the snow so tell us what
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let's check in with 9 first warning meteorologist jennifer ketchmark. a winter storm warning is in effect for brown, butler, clermont, clinton, hamilton, highland and warren counties in ohio until noon tuesday for heavy snow. 2-5" of snow is possible in these counties with locally heavier amounts will fall to the northeast. after noon, the warning drops to a winter weather advisory, which has been issued for the entire tri-state and will continue until 6 a.m. wednesday. the advisory area is still expecting 1-3" of snow in general. light to moderate snow continues to fall as you wake up this morning. you'll notice the greatest impact to the roads will be on our side roads, rural roads and neighborhood streets. a secondary front will bring even colder air into the tri-state late tuesday into wednesday with more scattered light snow. by the time we get to wednesday, the bigger story will be the very cold air. temperatures are only expected in the low 20s and upper teens. then overnight, we drop to 90f for a low on thursday morning. an arctic blast of cold air settles in wednesday through the end of the week with wind chill values falling to near
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every day. day.on fridays, we are picking a special someone and giving them a 500-dollar surprise.it will be a february to remember as our surprise patrol hands out free money to some of you. you can catch another surprise patrol report tonight on 9 on your side at 6pm. you'rew waking up to changing weather across the tri-state. state.there are snowy roads in raods in others. others.we have video coming into the newsroom from our crews-but we need your help. send us your pictures and video. and if the kids aren't enjoying the snow enough- there's a polar bear in ohio that is celebrating today...but it's not just the
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we continue our coverage of this 9 first warning weather alert day.our crews are spread out all over the tri-state.
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in the live alert and breaking overnight... flames damage a home in madisonville.the fire broke out just before 11 last night at the house on winona terrace.firefighters were able to contain it to a couple of rooms at the front of the home. there's no reports of any injuries this morning. also breaking overnight... one person is injured after a train slams into a car in florence.it happened just before 11 last nightat dixie highway and maher road.as you can see... the car was left a crumpled wreck.there's no word yet on the victim's condition. an arrest for the rape of a child. michael workman is accused of attacking the child in his home in wayne township, clermont county. he was arrested in blanchester.. and is now being held on 750-
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